#1
i'm not sure if thats what it is but when i do a power chord(3rd fret on the g string and 5th fret on the b string) it sounds silly.
#2
when u do a power chord between the g and the b string your supposed to play 3rd fret g string and 6th fret on the b
#3
duh, but why the hell would you use power chords there anyway? stick to your bottom 3 strings for power chords.
#4
thats because the G and B strings wont make a power chord like that... you have to move the finger on the b string up one fret because of the tuning... if you play a Bb(3rd on the G string), then to make it a Bb5 (power chord), then you would have to play an F(6th on the B string).
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